The biggest online poker tournament known as Sunday Million was started in the same month of 2006 and after 11 years PokerStars sported a guaranteed prize pool of $10 million and a guaranteed first prize of a Million.
Xavi666 of Panama wins 11th anniversary Sunday Million at Pokerstars. This particular Sunday Million attracted 55,835 (44,017 entries, 11,818 re-entries) and generated $11,167,000 as total prize pool.
Top 9,206 players of this match get paid. Sweden’s Mouzen becomes runner-up of this match and pocketed 785,999.34 from the title.
The tournament was $215 buy-in No Limit Hold’em, which attract thousands of players worldwide. After 16 hours of play the winner and the runner-up was decided of this match.
The tournament is a big success in the online poker world.
The final table of the game was as follows:-
Seat 1: v0nder (49,937,496 in chips)
Seat 2: Xavi666 (51,900,985 in chips)
Seat 3: RTAPEX (17,480,048 in chips)
Seat 4: gabito h261 (49,898,224 in chips)
Seat 5: NormyDozer (82,603,464 in chips)
Seat 6: Mouzen (130,901,970 in chips)
Seat 7: TranBrothers (105,578,838 in chips)
Seat 8: girafganger7 (33,818,421 in chips)
Seat 9: peter804 (36,230,554 in chips)
Australian RTAPEX busted from the final table to ninth place. He pocketed a sum total of amount $78,086 from the title for his place. Then another Australian poker player busted from the final table to eighth place. NormyDozer hit the rail to ninth place and collected his career’s best $108,601.30 from the tournament.
Top 7 Positions of this Grand Sunday Million:-
1.Xavi666 (Panama) $1,093,204.63
2. Mouzen (Sweden) $785,999.34
3. TranBrothers (Vietnam) $565,140.65
4. gabito h261 (Colombia) $406,341.44
5. girafganger7 (Belgium) $292,163.33
6. Peter804 (United Kingdom) $210,069.13
7. v0nder (Belarus) $151,042.60
Some notable players who missed the opportunity to make big here were Chris “Money800” Moneymaker went out in 2,841st, followed a bit later by Igor Kurganov in 2,372nd and Lex Veldhius in 1,246th. Team Online’s George “Jorj95” Lind made a deep run that ended in 331st. And Andre Akkari represented Team Pro well with a 71st-place finish, making him the first player to earn the pay jump to $15,007.33.